Join Ladies Get Paid and Lean In Atlanta for the kind of night where you laugh until you cry. Led by all-female improv group, Pretty Much Sisters, we'll be exploring the serious topic of equal pay for all through comedy. Both lighthearted and heartfelt discussion on the topics of wage negotiation, gender discrimination, and office politics are on the agenda for the evening. If you'd like to get hands-on, there will be opportunities for role play and audience participation. (But not required, for all the introverts in the audience.)
Opening up the evening, we'll welcome Amber North, a local comedienne and radass known for her woke comedy stylings. Amber’s dark wit and subtly biting and deadpan social commentary consistently wins over crowds.
Come early to talk money, enjoy a libation, and grab a plate before we get into taking a seat at the table.
Pretty Much Sisters
Pretty Much Sisters is an all-lady improv team that plays with energy and heart. They’ve won some awards (like Best Comedy Show in Atlanta by Creative Loafing readers), but they always stay humble. You can catch them performing every Saturday night at the Village Theatre.
Amber North is a stand-up comedian based out of Atlanta, Ga. She has consistently performed onstage for four years and one of the city’s top comics. She also is the creator, producer, and host of Wake Up!, a social awareness variety show, and Grrrls Nite Out, Atlanta’s only monthly female-centric stand-up comedy showcase.
About Equal Pay Day
April 10th is Equal Pay Day. That means (on average considering race, age and other factors) women had to work all of 2017 and up to this day in 2018 to catch up with what men earned in 2017.